Cable Department (Current Employee) – Raymond ,MS – August 7, 2015
My thoughts of this company before I started was far greater than what I have found it to be. This is not a place I would retire and has not been a place of stability to provide for me and my family, currently I am Actively seeking employment outside of Hunter Engineering,
Sales Admin (Former Employee) – Cumberland, RI – December 30, 2014
Office administrator and some paralegal work related to U.S.D.O.T. transportation laws. Accounting clerk, sales and marketing, produce GBC Proposals, work on an intranet and the internet. Stay abreast of latest technology, iPad, iPod, smartphone techy. Create spreadsheets and use for mail merges to prospect for new clients. Travel to trade shows like SEMA in Las Vegas, hands on, do anything for my boss type of job.
Travel, meeting owners of automobile establishments, being a girl Friday assisting where and when needed
work alone, must rely on own judgment and skills to get the job done 90% of the time
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – December 23, 2014
The independent nature was great. Responsibilities involved securing and maintaining relationships with customers. I also had to develop and maintain distributor and national account relationships. I learned a great deal about independent productivity, developing and presenting proposals, interacting with upper management, negotiating, and closing sales. The hardest part of the job was maintaining a network of demonstration venues as logistics were not conducive to maintaining my own demonstration equipment. The best parts of this job were the independence of answering, primarily, to myself. I also enjoyed the constant interaction with a variety of customers, developing proposals/presentations, following the sales process to conclusion, and the satisfaction of a successful customer.
No retirement or insurance benefit participation by the company.